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South on Mott

May 14, 2010

 

"South on Mott" 32 x 24 inches, oil on canvas, 2008

 

What occurs to you, after spending some time with Richard’s work, is that while many of his subjects seem fixed and timeless, such as rooftops and streets, they’re rendered in a transitory, almost unstable way. This gives the work a sense of possibility, of being in motion. He paints an instant that will never happen again, yet that is nonetheless captured in a subject that seems immovable.

There is truth in that idea, and he renders it with unique interest and beauty.

David and Sunny Fowler

Private Collectors

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